Master Key Experience

Your Brain has a masculine and feminine part. The information in this blog I got from a course I took called The Master Key Experience. I went on a retreat to Kauai, HI, this summer with this program. We had several days of added knowledge towards are course.


  1.   Your Brain

One of the best things I learned this summer; is that everyone has a masculine and feminine part to their brain. Yep, within all of us there is both masculine and feminine gender. We are born with it. They need to be and in harmony. The masculine pare is the conscious mind. The “will” or guardsman. The feminine is the subconscious which is the connection to the universal mind or God.

2. Your Mind

The make or conscious mind is bigger and stronger physically. So, this side is a protector. It exerts will, so the inner self can easily connect to spiritual things. Divine ideas are birthed by the male side of your mind.

Sometimes you may struggle because your conscious mind (male)  is not relating well to the subconscious mind (female).

3. Brains and Their Wiring

Our brains are hardwired to be negative. you have got to change through conditioning your thought patterns to be in harmony. When you do this then you can change. When they connect the masculine part protects the feminine part. This allows strength and protection of conscious thoughts. Thus, the (female) or subconscious can relax and start growing and nurturing. Thus, you become very well balanced and grounded.

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September 7, 2016
by Gina Waring

The Master Key Experience

The Master Key Experience is one of the best decisions I have ever made. It helped me in many ways!
After retiring from teaching Middle School for 31 years, I was stuck in a rut. The Master Keys helped me to
set new goals and strive for things I had given up thinking about early in my life.


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The Blues. What do I do about them?

Time will pass.

This too shall pass,

Feeling blue after two trips made me miserable for awhile.In July, I had taken two big trips. One was a 9 Day Road trip from Dallas to Yellowstone National Park. Then to Mount Rushmore in South Dakota. Then Back to Dallas. The second trip I spent eight days in Kauai, Hawaii. I was it was my first time there.
Needless to say; I had a great time on both trips. It was hard to come back to reality.

So, feeling blue for several weeks had me down in the dumps. I was feeling very gloomy. Not wanting to do anything. Just laying around. I was not very productive at anything.


Be happy.

I had to do something about these blues. But what?

Besides getting a lot of rest, I decided to get active with some of the things I like to do. So, I begin working on restoring some of the old doors in our house; sanding them down and painting them. Seeing them look brand-new again made me feel good. Wow, I was a little less blue!

So,I decided to get out some new recipes and start cooking. I love to cook and try new things. So I was having fun again. I was feeling much better!

To feel a little less blue, I’ve spent more time with my pets. I have four dogs. They always make me feel better. Hey I’m no longer blue.

So to recap:
When I have the blues, I did several things to get rid of them.
1) I got it. Example: I did yoga, water aerobics and walked some.
2) I worked on some creative projects. Like refinishing my old doors. You could do smarts and crafts projects, plant some flowers, take a painting class.
3) Bake or cook some new recipes. It is always fun to try new foods.
4) Play with your pets. Let them love on you. You’ll feel less blue.

Having the blues is not any fun! But, you can change your mental state of mind by getting active and doing things you like to do to help lift that blue mood.

Life is good!


Road Trip – USA


States of America

My husband and I took a road trip last week. We went to 12 states in nine days. We started in Texas, went to New Mexico; drove up to Taos then to Durango Colorado. We rode the train to Silverton. It is one of the trains that they refurbished and brought back to life. The train goes through the gorge and travels over and around a river. We saw to be this area. Great fun! We spent the night in Durango Colorado then drove ktowards Yellowstone National Park. So, we went through Utah and Wyoming.
Utah welcome sign

Welcome to Utah!

We got to see Old Faithful go off. It was so beautiful the water shot 40 feet high in the air. Then we walked 3 miles around old faithful, to see all the other types of gysers. There were so many. I really had no idea! We spent the night in a little hotel in Ashton Idaho. The next day we drove back into Yellowstone and took a drive up to the north entrance. Again what a beautiful area. Then we drove through Montana. Of course, we saw some different animals; deer, elk, Chipmunks, squirrels, Racoons, badgers, bison, ducks, pheasants and more. My husband had never been to North Dakota or South Dakota so we drove through North Dakota down to North Platte and then to South Dakota. When we were in South Dakota we drove to Mount Rushmore.
National Monument

South Dakota

I have seen it as a kid; but boy has it changed. What another remarkable day we spent. The national monument has a lot of history; which we enjoyed learning about. From Mount Rushmore we drove down to Nebraska. As the scenery change, I realize what a wonderful world our Lord has created. From Nebraska to Kansas and Oklahoma and back to Texas. I was able to check a few things off my bucket list. One: to visit Yellowstone National Park two: to see Old Faithful explode. Three: To travel to the states I've never been to; like Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and Utah. Four: To ride the trainin Durango,Colorado. I i encourage everyone; if you have a dream, Just do it. If you have a bucket list; Go for it!

June 29, 2016
by Gina Waring
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Mosquito Bite Scars?


Mosquitos in Texas, where I live are out almost 10 months of the year. The only time we don’t have mosquitos is when the temperatures drop down to 40 degrees. So, late November, December and January are about the only months we aren’t bothered by pesky mosquitos.

Mosquitos just love me. I get bit all the time. But, I always have a reaction to the bite. It really becomes inflamed and itchy. Wow, sometimes I look like I have chicken pox because I have so many red bumps caused by mosquitos. This kind of reaction causes deep scars that turn black or blue. They don’t go away either. It is very discouraging to have these scars on your legs when you are trying to go out in shorts or a swimsuit. I get so disgusted!

I have done a lot of research. Through trial an error; I have found some products that work to help fade these scars. Sometimes, if you can treat the mosquito bite with a liquid Benadryl or Caladryl it can stop the itching and the inflammation. Coming from me, when having an allergic reaction the itching is really difficult to ignore. So, keep one of these on hand. They can give immediate relief. If you don’t scratch the bite open the scar will be smaller.

It can be very embarrassing to have to wait forever to have this deep black and blue marks heal. While waiting I have felt like I should never wear shorts or a bathing suit. My legs look to awful! Life is too short. Don’t let it pass you by! So, one of the remedies I have found that temporarily helps the way these scars look is leg make up. What?? You never knew there was such a thing? Yep! There is. You can go to CVS or Walgreens and get your shade. Make sure you get waterproof. That way if you sweat or get wet if won’t run everywhere.
Now when putting on the makeup, use enough to cover the top of you feet and ankles. Then put and even coat all the way up your leg. Spread it as far as you need it to go. It has given me confidence when I had none.

Another way to help the look of Mosquito bite scars is to use a self tanner, or go and get a spray tan. I am so pasty white that this definitely helped the look of the scars on my legs. Make sure if you use tanner on your legs you do the rest of you body, too. You don’t want your legs to stand out in the wrong way. So make sure your arms, face, neck etc. matches the color your legs are.

Mosquitos can also be deterred by taking a vitamin B1. Take one everyday. I just found this out. Never knew! Now I do! I am taking it everyday. I have been taking it for about 3 weeks. So far I have only had one bite since taking the B1 vitamin. Usually I look like a pin cushion. But, remember I am still battling old scars. So, getting new ones just add to the misery. Well now I just go with the flow. Do what I can and keep going.

Tea Tree essential oil is wonderful for the inflammation of a mosquito bite and very soothing for the itch after a bite happens. Carrot essential oil is wonderful for your skin, it can help with the dark scars. Vitamin k oil or Vitamin E oil are excellent for fading spots. Arnica essential oil is one of the best oils to help fade this marks. Arnica can be found in a gel or ointment, too. Coconut oil is also very good for your skin. It does a great job fading scars. I found a great product at my local natural drug store. It is called Scargo. It is an oil that your massage into your legs. It has a combination of about 6 different oils that help compound the healing of these mosquito marks.

You need to exfoliate your legs by using a pumice stone or loofa sponge. Do this three times a week while you are in the shower or bath. Another way to exfoliate and treat this spots while in the shower or tub; is to use a natural tea tree oil soap or a coco butter soap. Treat and exfoliate at the same time.

Just remember life is too short! Go do what you have planned to do. Don’t stop short because of a little Mosquito. You can overcome this!

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